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there are tenure quickly but i believe there are. there were more transferring units around and a fair amount of force protection efforts that were quite costly. the best i can do is some rough history. if you look at the 1993 and 1995 rounds, the average savings once we were fully in place with $3 billion a year. i think that is probably realistic if we get a base closure authority again. before we know for sure, but would have to go to the process of going to every base and insulation and organizations and asking for data and making specific decisions, and then letting the commission review them. there are more savings to be had. both in terms in dollars and personnel. if congress wants us to hold down defense spending, they need to give us authority to move ahead with infrastructure >> if you talk about balance. congress reversed those decisions there is a push right now to reduce active-duty and increased the guard. also the push that governors need to be actively involved in the decisions of the defense budget. comment? >> it did allow us to move forward to some extent. we got part of wh
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